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The Drentsche Patrijshond is a purebred dog from the Netherlands. Intelligent, loyal and sensitive, these puppies have some of the best qualities of any dog breed. You can find these beautiful and versatile purebred dogs at local shelters and breed-specific rescues. Remember, it is always best to adopt and not buy. These magnificent dogs make excellent all-around pets. They are capable of living with city dwellers in urban flats, but are more suited to larger homes with a yard for them to expend their energy. From single-person households to larger families, these puppies will suit anyone. If you want a loyal companion who loves to please, the Drentsche Patrijschond may be the one for you.
Most of Drentsche Patrijshond’s coats are a mixture of different colour combinations. The main colours are tricolour, orange and white, and brown and white. These puppies have a lot of energy and love to play, especially with a ball or a frisbee. They are also quite agileDrentsche Patrijshonds are intelligent and eager to please their parents, so training them is quite easy. They are friendly to everyone, even strangers.Drentsche Patrijshonds have high energy levels. Make sure your dog gets at least one good walk of half an hour to an hour a day, with some good active play sessions and shorter walks mixed in, and it is best if he gets used to other pets early. However, Drentsche Patrijschond do not naturally like smaller pets, such as hamsters or rodents, as they have a strong prey instinct.
The Drentsche Patrijshond was brought to the Netherlands via France and Spain in the 16th century. In the Netherlands, this breed was called the retriever. Throughout its history in the Netherlands, the Drentsche Patrijshond was used for three main tasks: as a versatile hunting dog, as a farm dog and as a playmate and guardian of the children of hunters and farmers. They were all-purpose dogs. The Drentsche Patrijshond was able to hunt all kinds of animals, including pests and vermin. The Raad van Beheer op Kynologisch Gebied (Dutch Kennel Club) officially recognised the breed in 1943. Five years later, in 1948, a Dutch breed club called Vereniging De Drentsche Patrijshond was formed. They established breed standards to ensure that the dogs could fulfil their original purpose as hunters, guard dogs and family companions. It was not until 2010 that the American Kennel Club (AKC) introduced the Drentsche Patrijshond into its Foundation Service.
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